This wonderful little cafe on the South coast of England fits into its environment like one more pebble on the beach.
The East Beach Café in Littlehampton has won a Royal Institute of British Architects regional prize with the judges describing the café as "both strange and captivating; weird but lovable."
Built of quarter-inch thick mild steel, architect Thomas Heatherwick said he aimed to build a "functional and durable structure on a tight budget...one that fit into the raw beauty of its surroundings."Earl Grey and cucumber sandwiches might never be the same again.
East Beach Cafe